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    Kindly give your constructive C&Cs on this photo, especially the composition and framing.

    Thanks, still learning...


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    Member/Tangshooter zaxh81's Avatar
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    This pic seem soft,what lens did you used?

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    for framing, i think let the line lower a bit,give more space above , ur pic dont seem to have any focus point , u want to focus on the white thing or the line ? Colour also a bit dull.

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    the title is great, when i clicked, i thought i was going to see a photo with a youth smoking but this concept is good.

    good eye, but photo seems soft.

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    Hi all, thanks for viewing & your comments.

    Sorry for the softness, I guess it's due to my poor shooting technique & lousy PS. The actual photo seems a bit sharper. Think my PS makes it worse.

    I'm using AF18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 lens btw.

    Just like what my friend says, idea is nothing without execution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bahibo View Post
    for framing, i think let the line lower a bit,give more space above , ur pic dont seem to have any focus point , u want to focus on the white thing or the line ? Colour also a bit dull.
    for framing, i think should b remained at this height.
    as the white cigarette butt n the brown dried leave form a subtle visual balance.
    if the wire was lower, then the leave will b cutoff.
    juz a thought tho...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovc17m View Post
    Hi all, thanks for viewing & your comments.

    Sorry for the softness, I guess it's due to my poor shooting technique & lousy PS. The actual photo seems a bit sharper. Think my PS makes it worse.

    I'm using AF18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 lens btw.

    Just like what my friend says, idea is nothing without execution.
    I think you can still use the unsharp mask on PS amount 100%, radius 0.4

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